Move to Canada in 14 Days with International Mobility Program

In this article, I show you exactly how you can come to Canada in as fast as 14 days EASILY!

Now, why did I mention the word easily? Well, here are the three reasons.

It is because, with this particular Move to Canada opportunity called International Mobility Program (IMP), first of all you don’t need to take an IELTS exam for this program and I know for a
fact that a lot of people find the IELTS quite challenging.

The second reason is that, with the International Mobility Program (IMP) opportunity, your employer doesn’t need to get an LMIA to get you to Canada.

What exactly is an LMIA?

An LMIA, also known as Labor Market Impact Assessment is an extra process that your employer will have to go through in order to get you into Canada and the process can take up to weeks or even months to get a result. And if your result turns out to be negative, then you’ve just wasted your time and job offer. So with this particular opportunity, you just saved yourself from a negative LMIA result.

Third reason why International Mobility Program (IMP) will bring you to Canada easily is that you don’t need to have a very high level of education. A college or even a high school degree is enough.

Through this International Mobility Program (IMP), what is required is how you can bring your skills and talent to Canada to benefit its cultural or social values. That is more important than anything else.

What is International Mobility Program (IMP)

The International Mobility Program lets a Canada employer hire a temporary worker (you) without a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

In most cases, your employer will have to submit an offer of employment through the Employer Portal. After their part is done, the temporary foreign worker (you) will then apply for a work permit and then make plans to arrive Canada.

The International Mobility Program allows Canadian employers to hire foreign workers on a Canada work permit without the need for a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA).

How To Live And Work In Canada Through The International Mobility Program

Here is the step-by-step process on how to live and work in Canada through the International Mobility Program (IMP).

Step 1:

The very first step is to secure a job offer in Canada from an employer who is eligible
to hire foreign workers under the International Mobility Program.

To see the list of employers eligible to hire foreign workers under the International Mobility Program, CLICK HERE. This list of employers are those who have applied for a Labor Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) to hire a foreign worker to fill labor or skills shortages. These are employers who are actually looking for people who are inside and most especially outside of
Canada, foreign skilled workers living outside of Canada both for jobs that are LMIA AND non-LMIA.

Step 2:

Second step is for the employer to now create and submit an offer of employment for you in Canada through the Employer Portal.

This Employer Portal is for employers who hire temporary workers through the International Mobility Program. The portal lets employers submit offers of employment for temporary workers who do not need a Labor Market Impact Assessment.

If you already have an Open Work Permit, the employer doesn’t need to send a job offer making your application easier and faster to process.

Step 3:

After submitting an offer of employment for you on the Employer Portal via step 2, the employer will receive an employment number. The employer must give this number to the temporary worker they plan to hire or plan to employ which is you.

Step 4:

Once you the foreign worker has received your employment number, you will now go ahead and complete the Canada work permit application.

Step 5:

After Step 4, your application online for a work permit will be reviewed to see if you are eligible to work in Canada. When it is approved, you will get:

  • a Letter Of Introduction (also known as LOI) and a work permit from a Canada border services officer.

Step 6:

This is the happiest step – you will now move to Canada and start your new job and life!

Also note that:

Remember that receiving your work permit will not grant you access to enter Canada. You will need to apply and be issued with a Visitor’s Visa (Travel Visa) to Canada or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTa) if you will be arriving Canada from another country.

You may also need to submit a medical certificate to show that you are in good health.

Once you now have your work permit and your Visitor’s Visa (Travel Visa) to Canada or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTa), you can get ready to start a new life in Canada.

We wish you good luck achieving your dream of relocating to Canada.

42 thoughts on “Move to Canada in 14 Days with International Mobility Program”

  1. I am from Bangladesh currently in UAE I have my own maintenance company but I want to apply for Canada but don’t know how to apply

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    • Thank you so much for providing us great opportunity . I am Interested to work and leave in Canada. It’s a my dream to work in Canada. Please help me for go through process . Thanks for understanding me . Currently I am in United Arab Emirates….

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  2. Thanks for providing this great opportunity. I’m interested to work in Canada, it hard being my dream to see myself working Canada.
    I’m kindly asking you to please help me go through process. Thanks for cooperation, hope to hear from you
    Best regards.

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  3. আমি অনেক জাবত আসলাম ওমান নয় বছ একন আসি দুবাই আট মাস জাবত আমাকি একটি ভিসা পেতেপারি দয়া করে আমারে একটি সাকরি বা একটি ভিসা দিন

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  4. I’m maharom From Bangladesh steel work in Singapore construction site Carpenter formwork supervisor.
    Scaffold erector
    safety supervisor.
    Wall rolar painter
    This 3 items work i understand

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  5. Hi
    Have a nice day. I am Delower Hossain.
    I have been working in Singapore at construction sector at workplace safety and health coordinator for 15 years. And also site supervisor. I would like to work in Canada.

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  6. My Kub Jury can give you a visa or a visa, my Kub benefit is I am not a dig, Oman Aslam Akon I come to Dubai for eight months and you can give me a visa, Benny

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  7. Hi sir/mam
    I am from pakistan but working in UAE
    From 1994 to till in Engineering sporting field .i am Expert in panel better Fabricator welder modification
    Sheet matel works at the last i am handling as a vehicle modification supervisor in a samy government companies.
    Also i have light vehicle and heavy tractor driving experience with license
    I am intrested to join with you in canada.
    I can share my resume

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  8. Hi sir/mam
    I am from pakistan but working in UAE
    From 1994 to till in Engineering sporting field .i am Expert in panel better Fabricator welder modification
    Sheet matel works at the last i am handling as a vehicle modification supervisor in a samy government companies.
    Also i have light vehicle and heavy tractor driving experience with license
    I am intrested to join with you in canada.
    I can share my resume

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  9. Hi, I want to work in Canada as a cleaner. I’m working in Dubai as a cleaner since 2014 and I’m still currently working in Dubai. Hope I can get a job in Canada.

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  10. Hi I am liezel amporias.i am 37 years old, currently working now in Singapore for 9 years,I want to apply to Canada,can you help me please.how to apply in canada.thank you.have a blessed day to all.

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  11. Hi,

    My self sarabjeet Singh I am Indian now I am working in Thailand last 3 year’s with work permit I managed Production/Inventory updation.

    I would like to work in Canada

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